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      05-03-2013, 01:37 PM   #1
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Question DIY request rieger rear

I want to install this diffusor but I don't read German and I want it to be perfect is anyone out there that can help ?
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you just have to install it like every other diffusor.
there are screws under the diffusor and clips above the diffusor.

then you pull the old one out and put the new one in, same process.

but then it comes to the outter fins.
you see 2 marked spots on each side where you have to drill.
that`s all!
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Drill the inner liner of the rear bumper for the side fins and the use the screws provided. You can drill all four but actually two holds it firmly in place.

Easy job, like 45mins at best if you sit around a bit and have a beer.
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Thanks guys

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Drill the inner liner of the rear bumper for the side fins and the use the screws provided. You can drill all four but actually two holds it firmly in place.

Easy job, like 45mins at best if you sit around a bit and have a beer.
Yea I got it on fast cozy, thing looks great!

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